A question and answer melody
A motif that is imitated in other parts
A short repeating motif
The lowest sounding melody
The melody that you get as a result of hearing the highest sounding notes as a new melody, when two or more motifs are played together.
The result of playing one melody at half the speed of another.
When one part imitates another but not exactly.
When one part copies another exactly.
When one part copies another exactly but on a later beat.
Because it uses electric instruments and you have to count the beats.
Becase it uses electric instruments and Counterpoint mean 'melodies working against each other' (like polyphonic)
Because it used electricity in it's performance and Reich used lots of countermelodies to the main themes.